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CPA Congress Gets Bigger And Better

The CPA Congress is getting bigger and this year, over 500 delegates have signed up to attend the two day event. The 2016 CPA Congress gets underway at the Shangri-La’s
14 Sep 2016 09:42
CPA Congress Gets Bigger And Better
CPA Australia-Fiji Branch President, Shaneel Nandan.

The CPA Congress is getting bigger and this year, over 500 delegates have signed up to attend the two day event.

The 2016 CPA Congress gets underway at the Shangri-La’s Fijian Resort on Yanuca Island today.

The Attorney-General and Minister for Economy, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum, will be the guest speaker for the two days of the event.

CPA Fiji Branch President, Shaneel Nandan, said the increased number of delegates is building on successes from the past year.

“CPA Congress is now regarded as a major premier business conference in Fiji,” he said.

“We have a diverse range of speakers.  The 2016 CPA Congress connects you to the most recognised thought leaders, policy makers, innovators and disruptors.

“Their knowledge, strategic insights and innovative thinking will provide invaluable intelligence as we navigate a changing and unchartered business and economic environment.

“Delegates will have the opportunity to hear from speakers on issues that affect our daily lives for instance enticing productivity from your people and  improving our own personal performance.

“They can also hear experiences on credit card fraud cases, tax  base erosion and ideal infrastructure for health care to name a few.”

Certification Ceremony

Once again this year, there will be a certification ceremony held.

This will be for those advancing to CPA status together with other achievements.

This will be the second time for such a certification ceremony to be held and Mr Nandan said this is another milestone for CPA and its members.

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